[dhcwg] DHCP

Nicholas Claus <Nicholas.Claus@orionfoodsys.com> Fri, 23 July 2004 14:39 UTC

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We are currently running NT 4.0 server environment with windows XP pro clients that use DHCP internally. We are experiencing problems with laptop users (xp pro and win2000) that either RAS in or VPN with DHCP doubling up or even tripling up on one IP address. This in turn knocks the other user/users off requiring them to reboot their PC to reaquire their IP address. Any ideas on why this may be happening? My work around has been to change the users to static until this is resolved. 




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